Will a brighter light on conservative media bring better accountability?

With the election of President Trump, conservative media have become powerful players in Washington, D.C. politics. Those conservative media are

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To get access, reporters must publish good Trump news

The Washington Post’s Margaret Sullivan has started a new feature, Access Watch, to keep track of what reporters receive access

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What is a legit news outlet?

As this Washington Post report shows, it can be difficult to determine what a legitimate news outlet is. More advocacy

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Should media boycott the White House?

Perhaps the better question than the one posed in the headline is why the Washington press corps continues to quote

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Making the case for live podcasts

Podcasts have been around for years. They are, basically, radio shows produced online. Even though thousands of podcasts have been

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Did Trump administration violate First Amendment?

When White House spokesman Sean Spicer barred certain members of the press from a briefing on Friday, he may have

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Trump media strategy: Decline initial comment, bash later?

              The Washington Post’s Callum Borchers in a Thursday column suggests that the Trump

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Calling media ‘enemy of American people’ poses ‘greatest threat to democracy,’ ex-Admiral says

Calling the media the enemy of the American people, as President Trump has done, amounts to the ‘greatest threat to

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Who do you trust more – the media or Trump?

In a recent Quinnipiac University poll published by the Washington Post, more people – 52 percent – said they trusted

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The ubiquitous Mr. Trump

As New York Times writer Farhad Manjoo discovered, you can’t get away from President Trump. He’s everywhere. On every channel, in

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